Updated: February 7, 2003, 9:48 AM ETBy By Tim Keown, ESPN The Magazine
It would be difficult to find a more unlikely international provocateur than Jiri Welsch. If you've heard of Welsch, you know he's a little-used Golden State rookie, an undistinguished member of one of the NBA's most undistinguished teams. He is shy and nonthreatening, a reserved reserve.
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